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Dwight D. Eisenhower Speech, April 16, 1953


Published April 16, 1953


Dwight D. Eisenhower speech, April 16, 1953. "Chance for Peace" speech before the American Society for Newspaper Editors.


Source Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library. Digital copy from the Miller Center of Public Affairs.

Notes

A digital copy of this White House recording has been provided by the Miller Center of Public Affairs. For more information on this and other recordings, visit the Miller Center's Scripps Library.

Reviews

Reviewer: Spuzz - - March 16, 2005
Subject: Communist beginnings..
Very good speech Ike gives for the NY press dinner in 1953, he tells of increasing American confidence after the war, and the beginnings of another war, that would be the Cold War. Interesting how he describes the Communists as being someone they worked with during the war, and yet growing so far apart..
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